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Re: RFC: initscript policy proposal



On Thu, Nov 02, 2000 at 10:43:34AM -0500, Mark Rahner wrote:
> I'm just a lurker (at this point) and I'm not out to make work for anyone so
> take my comments for what they're worth.  In answer to your question, I'm a big
> fan of extreme clarity.  I think the three extra characters are well worth it.
> 'restart-if-running' would provide complete comprehension at a glance to a
> novice human reader.  The shorter 'restart-running' might raise questions about
> what happens if the process wasn't running already.

I strongly second this.  "maybe-restart" is not a very clear name for the
command, and "restart-running" is not that much better.

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